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Kocienda provides his own voice as the reader In addition to his talent as an author he provides his own voice as the reader In addition to his talent as an author he has a talent as a voiceover artist as I feel his voiced account of his story added another important dimension An insight into the meticulous detail of developing great software while recognising the human element of interactionTyping this on an iPad keyboard brings a tangible ink to the material in the book Excellent I was excited about diving in this weekend into Creative Selection by Ken Kocienda a new book providing a detailed Psychopharmacology of Herbal Medicine look inside the design process at Apple And Creative Selection did not disappoint While much has been written about Steve Jobs and Apple I found Creative Selection particularly insightful because it provided a vignette into the development of the first iPhone and in particular one of it s most critical features the keyboard from the perspective of Ken Kocienda the software engineer ultimately responsible for developing it Ken goes through the many challenges and subseuent iterations to address those challenges with building the first keyboard to be presented only on a glass display And in doing so it showcased how Apple s design and development process was different from traditional Silicon Valley companies in subtle yet incredibly important waysKen This is not a book for you if you reooking for dirt or stories on Steve Jobs but is exactly what you re Six looking for to get an insight into the processes that resulted in some of the most iconic products Apple produce Primarily the Safari web browser and the iOS keyboard Who would have thought a keyboard design could be so convoluted and so interestingA gripping read Highly recommended for anyone interested in Apple history This book appearsike a journal recounting the development of some projects at Apple rather than an insightful book about how to best approach product design design processes It relies too much on self indulging memory walk that are often void of true Bandscheiben-Leiden - Was tun?: Mit den besten bungen fr den Alltag learning Feelsike the author wanted to remember the fond year at Apple developing some of its software Lady Janes Nemesis leaving us with some very unsurprising unsophisticatedearning from how things are actually happening. Risis and collaboration illuminating each with A Texas Rangers Family (The Stone Family lessonsearned over his Apple career He introduces the essential elements of innovationinspiration collaboration craft diligence decisiveness taste and empathyand uses these as a ens through which to understand productive work cultureAn insiders tale of creativity and innovation at Apple Creative Selection shows readers how a small group of people developed an evolutionary design model and how they used this methodology to make groundbreaking and intuitive software which countless millions use every day. The size of an icon should beThis book is a window into how Apple built and continues to build incredible products that seamlessly mould into people s ives I highly recommend it for anyone who
is curious about Apple or about developing products for people to use This is the real deal written bycurious about Apple or about developing products for people to use This is the real deal written by insider I was also there during that time This book accurately describes Apple s software engineering during the second Steve Jobs era For hardware engineering read Adam Lashinsky s Inside AppleThe vivid descriptions in the book
Are Better Than Thebetter than the I would stress that the principles and practices described by the author were completely unwritten and unnamed as the author says So if you re trying to be ike Apple by reading a book you re doing it wrong If you want to be Before You like Apple ditch the business books and startup blogs do you think Steve Jobs read those things and really focus on the product There s nothing in the book about MVP Agile Scrum AB testing TDD etc Apple really didn t workike that The key is what the author calls creative selection demoingdogfoodingiteratingconverging the product with tight A History of the Guyanese Working People, 1881-1905 loops of communication with minimal teams enforced by secrecyOne thing that occurred to me is that the examples given and generally in Apple s history are ones where the product definitions were relatively well formed and concrete up fronteaving plenty of room for technical innovation but Blackfrost (Wytch Kings, little room for exploration and business validation Before getting to that concrete vision the Apple way isn t applicable Iistened intently to this book from two perspectives as a Stupid men jokes long time userfan of Apple products and as aeader of a school district s technology department The book was was interesting informative and enjoyable though both Workbook for Emergency Care lenses personally and professionally Kocienda provides a fascinating view into the process of design at Apple and gives a perspective from the inside rarely told He effectively takes the readerlistener through the idea stages into the design process and to the shipped product all while explaining intricate details and telling interesting stories along the way In education we often tell our students and teachers about the importance of using the 4 Cs creativity collaboration communication and critical thinking to prepare our students for the world Kocienda gives concrete examples of how he used all the Cs throu. Ars he was on the ground floor of the company as a specialist directly responsible for experimenting with novel user interface concepts and writing powerful easy to use software for products including the iPhone the iPad and the Safari web browser His stories explain the symbiotic relationship between software and product development for those who have never dreamed of programming a computer and reveal what it wasike to work on the cutting edge of technology at one of the worlds most admired companiesKocienda shares moments of struggle and success
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up the Steve Jobs angle throughout but the author doesn t do that he admits that Jobs wouldnthe Steve Jobs angle throughout but the author doesn t do that he admits that Jobs wouldn have been able to pick him out in a small crowd2 There aren t many business related books about the work of an individual contributor which makes it refreshing the activity was the day to day work and output2a This meant he could tell the story of Apple s culture and influences without trying to be the center of the story3 A The Benn Diaries Vol. 2 large part of the story is about a specific problem to solve the iPhone keyboard and how it was overcome but the story was able to zoom out as well and talk about design in general4 There isn t aot of ego he talks about who helped him mistakes along the way etc I pre ordered this book based on some extremely positive reviews but I found it to be something of a disappointment Whatever Mr Kocienda s other skills his prose style is Macroeconomics lifeless and flat Given that he is describing one of the most significant technology developments of theast ten or so years his account acks excitement and oddly passion In describing the work he did at Apple and the way her perceives the company to work he writes as a programmer rather and the way her perceives the company to work he writes as a programmer rather a story teller Along the way he includes rather jarring inks to the work of people The Hero (Thunder Point, like Kant and Darwin and sometimes the value of these references is soimited as to encourage the belief that they have been added to give some artificial weight to the author s own text This faux intellectualism also Longarm and the Dynamite Damsel (Longarm, leads to some incredibly clumsy phrasing For example he talks repeatedly about a refinedike response a combination of words the meaning of which is only made Stolen by the Sheikh less clear by the inclusion of the hyphen As another example he states that The past is a source of the timeless and enduring which sounds excellent right up to the point that you try to understand what he means Ultimately there are a few interesting insights that the book offers into the way that Apple works but these are rare enough not to redeem it I really enjoyed this book as someone who works in software development and is trying to build products that usersove Ken s accounts of Apple s principles and the creative selection process is not just fascinating to read about but can also be applied to your own work I also geeked out over the iterative journey to decide
The IPhone Autocorrect AlgorithmiPhone autocorrect algorithm to decide what. WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER An insiders account of Apples creative process during the golden years of Steve JobsHundreds of millions of people use Apple products every day; several thousand work on Apples campus in Cupertino California; but only a handful sit at the drawing board Creative Selection recounts the The Eight Human Talents life of one of the few who worked behind the scenes a highly respected software engineer who worked in the final years of the Steve Jobs erathe Golden Age of Apple Ken Kocienda offers an insideook at Apples creative process For fifteen ye.